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Product Specifications

Certifications CE, FCC, RoHS
Data + PoE Ports 4
Data Ports 1
Data Rate Gigabit
Dimensions 4.5 x 2.75 x 3.5 Inches; Fits in a US Single Gang Box
Display Type Blue LED Status Indicator
Input Voltage Range 44-56 volts through Uplink Port
LEDs Per Port 2 - Connections and activity
Max Power for Kit 60 watts total
Mount Type In-wall
Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
Operating Temperature Range -10 - 45C
PoE Method IEEE 802.3bt/4PPoE (Uplink) / IEEE 802.3af LAN
PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A (-1,2 +3,6)/Mode B (+4,5 -7,8)
PoE Standard Injector: Passive 4 Pair PoE / Switch IEEE 802.3bt and IEEE 802.3af
PoE Standards Supported Single Signature IEEE 802.3bt Type 4

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • Do you have a version that is just for data with No PoE? I understand the comment that the PoE is on-demand depending on the device needs, i was just hoping a non PoE would be more cost effective to consumer.

    The GBT-4-IW has to be powered by POE, but since the ports are active, they can be used for data only if a non-POE device is connected.

  • Can this be powered by 802.3at if the anticipated load at the switch is less than 20 watts?

    Yes, this can be powered with 802.3at POE, which would have a power budget of 25.5 W.

  • Would it affect non Poe devices to use this?( Tv, game console,, ect..)

    Great question! The GBT-4-IW is active, or auto-negotiating. Power is only added to the data cable (output) when an 802.3af or 802.3at device is connected.

  • Is this a switch or a splitter, will it work like any other unmanaged Layer 2 switch?

    The GBT-4-IW is an unmanaged POE switch. It takes in 802.3bt or 4PPoE on the uplink port and allows you to power up to four IEEE 802.3af or two IEEE 802.3at devices.

  • Can you disable the POE so it's just data coming through?

    The GBT-4-IW is not a managed splitter.  Disabling of power or data will need to be managed through your PoE switch or injector.